Whether you are an avid safari-goer or a novice to the safari game, Tanzania is a must for your adventure radar. A safari mecca populated by the Big Five, Tanzania is the epicentre for the annual Great African Migration of wildebeest and zebra at the Serengeti National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On your luxury safari in Tanzania with Quotient, you’ll witness the country’s most spectacular scenery and wildlife on exceptional day and night game drives accompanied by an expert guide and tracker team. Mind you, some 1.5 million animals migrate between Kenya and Tanzania each year, presenting plenty of National Geographic moments to savour. And with complimentary use of Swarovski Optik binos, your safari life will undoubtedly be sweeter.
When you think you’ve seen it all, you’ll still be tickled by the sight of tree-climbing lions (though bush-crowding might be a better term) and a flamboyance of flamingos clearly not sitting idly by in the Rift Valley.
At the Ngorongoro Crater, marvel at the world’s largest collapsed volcanic caldera and one of the most beautiful wildlife havens on earth. Over 25,000 creatures call this precious wildlife sanctuary home. The Ngorongoro Crater is part of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, where you can enjoy encounters with local Maasai and walk in the footsteps of the early men from the Paleolithic period. On your luxury safari in Tanzania, you’ll admire ruins and rock art preserved for over 3.5 million years.
Flee from the temptation to curl up all day in your pampering lodge or luxury safari camp, you must. Crank up the adrenaline levels with a hot-air balloon ride in the alluring Tanzania wilderness, make a beeline for relaxing wellness treatments, and revel in the gorgeous sundowners or private dinners that are both innovative and sumptuous. There will be opportunities to meet different communities and learn more about the local way of life as well as sustainability or social enterprise initiatives.
After all, your luxury safari in Tanzania is an adventure for a lifetime.Plan your trip to Tanzania